Okay, I put 22 chicken eggs into lockdown on the 19th. They started hatching early morning of the 22nd (they were due the evening of the 22nd). At noon of the 22nd, one (of many) pipped. It was a very bloody pip (I've never seen this before ). By that evening the pip was the size of a quarter, and still very bloody. Now, the next day in the afternoon, the chick has made no progress. I can still see his beak moving as he breaths through the hole, but he seems very weak (much weaker than yesterday). Here's my question: Do I just leave him, to probably die? Or do I try and assist him and indanger all the other unhatched eggs by opening the incubator, making the temperature and humidity plumet. I've never had a very good longterm success rate with chicks I've helped to hatch. If the pip was/is bloody, does that mean he's a gonner regardless of what I do? Please help!